Mibro Caves




“A long time ago, a Archaic Tribe painted what is considered the first images of Kobold on these cave walls.”

Skjald El Mary



Late in the Dark Ages a tribe of Moss'Ari On the move, I took shelter in these gardens to explore the uphill caves in Southern. Dipokaland. Resting there was only planned for the duration of the storm, forcing the Moss’Ari up from the beach, but seeing the cave paintings and searching through the remains, they stayed for weeks.

Centuries later, at some point in the early First Age, the Moss’ari descendants met with some archaeologists and discussed the caves. Quite interested, the archaic was led to the caves discovered by Mibro Er Bryntesson and his flock. There were several questions that had riddled me for ages that were explained. They then brought and discussed it further with some Kobold, Ljost Alfar and even some Wickeryadi in hope of finding out who had lived there. Not before some Drakk Alfar came by, ties to an Archaic tribe that had been consumed by the Astral when construction of an Astral Site/Gate had gone awry.

The Drakk Alfar even called that Astral Site/Gate for Gnu't Ar'uls Gate. as they were hired by the Boriac to carve Runes and Hand Weaving illustrations on the pillars. Luckily, there was only a handful of Drakk Alfar in the building camp, stuffed with all that archaic tribe. But they had been unaware of the Archaics home, thus never being there before. But enough of this, let’s have some more ale.

Skjald Yell'a'Beard



High up the foothills in Southern Dipokaland, where one normally passes by below at the sandy beach of Poka Bay lies the Mibro Caves. To get there, one actually has to turn uphill before reaching the beach from either side. The path is somewhat narrow as vegitation has eaten what was once a road broad enough for both Mammoth and Ljostari Elk riders and large waggons.

Skjald Vinotis





Caves have the oldest… images of Kobolds.

Skjald Kazumix

Last Updated on 2024-02-08 by IoM-Christian